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, that man disappeared. nbc bay area's christie smith is live at san francisco general now with an update on this mysterious investigation. good morning, christie. >> good morning to you, marla. yeah, we're learning a little more about what happened here. that man was actually locked out on a fifth floor stairwell, an exterior stairwell. when he got back in after banging on the door, told the nursing supervisor that there may have been someone laying down or sleeping below. four days later the body of 57-year-old lynn spalding was found in that same exterior stairwell on october 8th. nearly three weeks after she disappeared from her hospital room at sf general. there were no signs of foul play. she was being treated for a bladder infection, and that man may have been the last person who saw her. ucsf police and san francisco police are trying to find him. he may have had on a ucsf name badge, possibly a resident or other worker. now here at sf general they're checking through hundreds of hospital id's, but so far no luck finding him. a spokesperson for sf general shared this morning what
some had to wait longer than expected forcszs!%m bus ride. c christie, good morning. >> the driver showed up a little late, and sat around and waited for every single demonstrator to show up, and they came from far away.  as far away as stockton, and they're saying that they want to go to stand with the family of andy lopez, the 13-year-old who 7Ñ shot and killed last week by a sheriff's deputy. now, many of them say they've lost loved ones to gunfire themselves, including one officer-involved shooting. the family of james rivera, involved in an officer-involved shooting in 2010 in the central valley. they were here. investigators say he was driving a stolen/br in a high speed pursuit.u+"g6m >> sheriff's department afternoon thoughed. protesters like the mom of james rivera arekx joining the outcry. they're always just filing killing someone, and we need to start organizing, coming together, city to city, state to state, country to country to address this. >> this isn't a war zone. the police officer is there to protect and serve. he should have been there andpt cognizant of wh
of the giants. that, of course, is at&t park. christie smith is live at the coliseum this morning. sounds like you had a chance to speak to one of those groups working to keep the a's over in oakland. >> reporter: yeah, that's right. good morning to you. you know, the a's two-year deal to temporarily play at at&t park could begin as early as next season. as you can imagine, fans here in oakland, people who support the team, they're not too thrilled with this idea. they say it would undercut everything that the city and supporters have done to keep the a's playing right here. >> the neighborhood keeps oakland alive. it keeps us together. they have one of the best tailgate parties you could ever see. a lot of good people coming out. it's more exciting when they're here. >> would you ride across the bay to see the a's play at at&t park? >> i mean, if you're going to go do something, why not? >> reporter: major league baseball would help the team go across the bay if the coliseum doesn't come up with a short-term lease. that according to "the chronicle" this morning. the short-term lease could giv
's christie smith is live in san francisco. other cities have tried to implement a soda tax just like this. >> reporter: yeah, that's exactly right. if this were to pass in san francisco, you'd pay a 40-cent tax on a soda this size, assuming it were all the way full. now, as you said, these types of taxes have failed before, even right here in the bay area. supervisor scott weiner thinks this time will be different here in san francisco. that's because he believes that san francisco voters would be willing to tax the drinks if they know thath@$ proceeds go toward programs that help keep kids healthy. the proposal is a tax of two cents per ounce on sugar-sweetened drinks. he said there's clear evidence there's a link between these types of drinks and obesity and type ii diabetes. a recent poll shows $x68% of californians would support a tax if it went to fitness and nutrition in schools, youth, and after-school programs. that's what this would do here in the city, bring in an estimated $31 million. in richmond, a similar tax was defeated last year. now it's san francisco's turn. >> the be
are on the edge. this is where today in the bay christie smith joins us live. officers shot and killed one of the dogs. good morning. >> one of the dogs turned on them, but we've been speaking with neighbors, and they are still rattled by what happened. they describe a wild scene of dogs attacking people. some of them had to jump up on cars just to get away from the dogs. i want to tell you how it started. a man was blocking his two dogs down this trail last night when he was attacked. two dogs started biting him and his dogs. one neighbor says she came out because she thought her dog might have gotten out. it didn't, but she got bit too. >> i was being attacked, so iyj had to get away. >> reporter: shy fisher is recovering this morning after a scary night. a dog attacked her in front of her home on larksburg drive. >> he went for my arm first, and i moved it away and moved my leg up, and it got the back of my thigh, and then i kicked it, and then i ran. >> she was taken to the hospital. her dad was bitten near the eye, and her brother in the arm. they came outside where a man was walking
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